Funky Junk Interiors: How to edge flower beds like a proGarden Edging tips
Raised Garden Beds: Mixed a bunch of theories and practices... Sheet mulching; layer in greens, dried stuff, soil, and whatever available, letting it compost in place, adding soil on top and planting. Hugelkultur, which is burrying a pile of wood, covering with green stuff and soil and planting over it. Wood becomes a slow compost source and also a reservoir of water for dry months. Raised beds in themselves have a bunch of plusses...
Sun-loving plants. Heuchera, ornamental grass, and silvery artemisia mingle with abutilon, airy clusters of pink gaura, coneflower, and hydrangea to soften and hide the base of the deck. Bark mulch covers the soil between plants; Trex benderboard finishes the front edge. Plant cuphea, salvia, and verbena for color among mixed basils, eggplant, and pepper.
Growing Citrus Indoors... I think I'd like a small lemon tree on my back porch
The next time you have green onions, don't throw away the white ends. Simply submerge them in a glass of water and place them in a sunny window. Your onions will begin to grow almost immediately and can be harvested almost indefinitely.-WHAT!!